Winter Steelhead Fishing Salmon River Pulaski NY Report Yankee Angler.
Your Winter Salmon River Steelhead fishing season is looking good in Pulaski NY. Producing Winter Steelhead fishing in Pulaski from the Lower Salmon River to the Upper Salmon River NY. With fresh fishing runs of Winter Salmon River Steelhead. As everyday pass’s, more Winter steelhead will enter and run the River in Pulaski NY.
Currently 90% of your Winter steelhead are in all the Salmon River fishing pools. Offering You Opportunity with a presence of Steelhead. Things are looking great for your Winter Steelhead fishing trip on the Salmon River in Pulaski NY.
As Usual – Winter Steelhead fishing has been slow to ok. With a some Salmon River Winter Steelhead fishing anglers doing Great in Pulaski NY.
Salmon River Pulaski NY Winter Steelhead fishing. TIP. Cover your Steelhead water thoroughly in a good Winter fishing spot, and then move to the next. Repeat this all day. It works for me daily on the Salmon River NY.
Never know, that next BIG pod of Winter Steelhead might just be around the next bend of the Salmon River in Pulaski NY where fishing memories are made.
A nice Push of fresh dime bright silver missile Winter Steelhead entered and ran the Salmon River during our last high water period. These newly arrived fresh Winter Steelhead fought like a November Steelhead. With speeding bullet runs, numerous somersaults, tail walks across the pool and traveling 10 feet thru the air before splash down. AMAZING! While the older Steelhead gave us the normal sluggish cold water temp. fight.
If your Winter Steelhead fishing anytime soon. You will have older steelhead that have been entering the Salmon River since Sept. But also some fresh Winter Steelhead that will be easier to catch! Ye-Haa!
Winter Salmon River Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY.TIP. (Besides the D.S.R). The easiest to catch and less educated Winter Steelhead are in the Middle of the Salmon River. Very lil fishing pressure put on those Winter Steelhead. (Except for the Sportsman Pool, which see’s daily Winter Steelhead fishing pressure in Pulaski NY).
Today’s Salmon River Humor: My guest’s laughingly suggested that instead of calling the Best Spot in the hole “The Hole within the Hole”. To call it the G Spot.
Today we reached maximum pleasure by fishing some of the finest, most enjoyable and exciting G spots on the Salmon River. The only trouble us guys had was finding it.
SALMON RIVER FISHING REPORTS
Winter Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY.
Now is a Great Time for Winter steelhead fishing Pulaski NY. With only a few Winter steelhead anglers fishing the Salmon River. It offers you Ton’s of Winter Steelhead fishing options in Pulaski NY. With some Winter Steelhead fishing spots Wide Open!
Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY Winter. TIPS. I’ve been fishing Winter Steelhead beads, egg sacks and aquatic insect flies in Pulaski NY. All dead drifted to match the “Bottom” Salmon River current speed. So it will look natural to the Winter steelhead with perfect fishing presentations.
My Winter Steelhead rigging directly relates to the “education level” of our Steelhead. When your Winter Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY. Use Expensive 100% Fluorocarbon leader – tippet. You will increase your odds greatly.
All of my Winter Steelhead have come from different “Exact as fitting a key into a Lock” Spots. Which can change by the day.
Using Daily Salmon River water flow levels to decipher what CRITICALLY IMPORTANT Current Breaks. The Winter steelhead would be 100% using for each fishing day in Pulaski NY.
Our Salmon River water levels are always changing. And the Winter Steelhead change along with it, and so should you for best fishing results. Having a clear understanding of this will put you into the 10% of the Salmon River anglers that catch 90% of the Winter Steelhead.
Pulaski NY Winter Steelhead fishing. TIP. The Winter Pools are Steelhead fishing the best, along with their soft water seams in Pulaski NY.
But Randy, what parts of a Salmon River pool are fishing the best?
Scroll down to my Advanced Pulaski Guide Article on “Winter Steelhead Fishing the Pulaski NY Pools TIPS”. They are Exact as fitting a key into a lock.
BONUS Fishing Videos. Fishing Winter Steelhead Pools in Pulaski NY.
3 Prime Current Breaks in every pool to help YOU catch more Winter Steelhead in Pulaski NY.
Where do Winter Steelhead hold for Extended periods on the Salmon River in Pulaski NY?
Winter Steelhead want Deep water for safety from predators. A food source. And less current to conserve their energy over a long Winter.
(You can find our Pulaski NY Steelhead fishing mapped named pools, parking and access roads. By doing a search on the internet or most of our Pulaski NY Shops have them).
Winter Steelhead fishing Salmon River NY.
I’m finding ok #’s of Winter Steelhead while fishing on the Salmon River NY. The Salmon River is not loaded with Winter Steelhead. 100% Winter Steelhead fishing Guarantee that EVERY Salmon River NY Pool has Steelhead.
90% of these Winter Steelhead are in the deeper fishing holes on the Salmon River NY. CURRENTLY we have 10% of the Winter Steelhead in Transition, running the Salmon River NY. While stopping to rest mid. day between approx. 9:30am until 5:30pm. Then continuing up the Salmon River until they have found a Winter Pool that satisfies it’s survival instincts. These NEW Winter Steelhead are now Top to Bottom of the Salmon River NY.
Winter Steelhead fishing on the Salmon River NY. Tip. These middle of the day resting area’s are often over looked by Winter Steelhead anglers fishing the Salmon River NY. And should always be fished during and right after a high water period when Steelhead are running the Salmon River. – Find out where the Winter Steelhead hold in the Middle of the day on the Salmon River NY.
Off the Salmon River NY Drift Boat, some Winter Steelhead fishing spot’s we are having to work for them. Making each Winter steelhead all the more rewarding. While other Salmon River NY Winter steelhead fishing spot’s. It’s almost been to easy. Obviously, this wouldn’t be a truthful fishing report, if I didn’t add that some Winter Steelhead spots left us wanting…….
Salmon River NY Winter Steelhead fishing. TIP. Due to higher Salmon River water levels bringing in fresh fishing Winter Steelhead. Currently, now is one of the BEST TIMES to fish for Salmon River NY Winter Steelhead.
Winter Steelhead fishing will only have the most die hard Salmon River Steelhead anglers out. Causing very light Winter Steelhead fishing pressure with easier to catch Steelhead. During these colder Mo’s. = Less anglers and drift boats = more opportunity for you.
Advantages of Winter Steelhead fishing after a High Water Period on the Salmon River NY. – Past higher water levels on the Salmon River have kept many Winter steelhead anglers away. Once the Salmon River water level drops, it will provide you with unpressured Winter steelhead that are easier to fool and catch!
BONUS Winter Steelhead fishing Opportunity’s Abound! – With the past Rain, above freezing temps. and Snow Run-off, causing higher water flows. Optional Local Creeks and Streams are with fresh runs of Winter Steelhead.
The BONUS presently, is you don’t have to trudge thru 5 feet of snow to fish for Winter Steelhead. You also don’t have to break off large junks of sheet ice covering the holes, so you can fish for Winter Steelhead. Or, worry about falling thru any shelf ice you might be standing on while Winter Steelhead fishing.
Winter Steelhead Fishing the Salmon River Pulaski NY Pools. TIPS.
Remember when I said – The Salmon River Winter Steelhead Pools are fishing best, along with their soft water seams in Pulaski NY? Sounds simple enough, Right? The trick is knowing what PART of the Winter steelhead Pools and seams are fishing the best with the current Salmon River water level in Pulaski NY.
Start by splitting all of the major Salmon River Pools into 3 sections. Head – Middle – Tail.
In general – When the water level drops to 335cfs., the bulk of Steelhead will move closer to the Head of the pool, so fish those seems. When it’s 750cfs., it can move them to the middle of the Pool, so fish those seems. The same is true when we get a higher water level from 1,500 to 3,000cfs. Which WILL move them to the Tail of the pool and concentrate them more on ALL the seams.
(cfs = Cubic Feet per Second being released from the Dam. – Seams = where the fast water meets the slow water on the edges of the main current).
A Winter Steelhead fishing TIP to get you started in Pulaski NY. Steelhead Fish where the Salmon River water speed in the pool goes from fast to slow. Then continue Steelhead fishing down the Salmon River pool in the slower current.
100% Guarantee! – 6 vastly important Salmon River Current Breaks in a Pool you should remember during the Winter to Catch more Steelhead!
1. Seams – Throw a seam over any deep water and it will be hold’n some Steelhead.
2. The deepest part of the Pool or what I call the hole within the hole. This is a magnet that always holds a lot of Silver Metal Steelhead.
3. The Tail of the pool were the Salmon River water moves slower. If the Tail has a hole in it, then keep THAT Steelhead fishing spot to yourself!
4. Any large boulders will hold Steelhead behind them.
5. The Head of the Pool is a Giant Steelhead current break.
**6. Where the water goes from fast to slow. This C.B. is often over looked by anglers.
THESE fishing AREA’S ARE PRODUCING Winter STEELHEAD DAILY on the Salmon River in Pulaski NY.
These basic Current Breaks have to be used by the fish or they will DIE! As an angler you are a hunter and looking to exploit your preys weakness’s. Knowing what C.B’s the Steelhead will use during different water levels will help you to achieve your ultimate goal of FISH ON and ON and ON again!
This Winter Salmon River Steelhead fishing trip was AMAZING! With 14 Winter Steelhead fought off the Salmon River drift boat in Pulaski NY.
by Salmon River Guide Randy Jones. Credit – Expert angler Dr. Ron who has been out with me numerous times over these last 20 years.
We launched the drift boat, with a few early bank anglers head lamps shinning about. We floated down the Salmon River in the early morning crisp darkness with light snow flurries accompanying us. Anchoring the drift boat on a Dime, in what I knew – hoped? Would be a hot Winter Salmon River Steelhead fishing spot with a possible record setting day for this season in Pulaski NY.
After going over why this was Prime Steelhead Habitat, Rigging and most importantly Presentation, it was time to see if I was to be a Salmon River guide Hero or a Zero?
The answer came quickly on Ron’s first drift with a somewhat surprised – FISH ON! We both looked at each other with a chuckle and a grin.
Ron continued to work our Window of Opportunity – Cover our water, 3 feet at a time. Working his way to the Exact as fitting a key into a lock HOT spot. FISH ON and ON and on and on and on. Approx. 6 Steelhead came from this one spot without moving the guide drift boat an inch.
Since we had just hit 6 Steelhead, I suggested we re-work the same water methodically all over again. Ron was rewarded with 1 more steelhead from this spot. After a short lull, I let out 5 feet of anchor rope from the drift boat so we could fish the bottom 1/2 of this Silver Metal Missile Magnet Hot Spot. Did it Work?
Ron’s first drift in tight was Fish On with a couple more coming from this spot. Hit a short lull, so I re-anchored 15 feet further down river. I told Ron that normally every time I move the boat, the rest of these spots will give up 2-3 Steelhead. Was I right?
Ron’s first drift came up empty? But the following 2nd and 6th drift came with some leaping Chrome and Silver bullet runs! Hit a lull and re-anchored 15 feet further down river. Worked it good with nothing to show for our efforts.
Time for a new spot!
Anchored the drift boat on a dime in some new Prime Steelhead Habitat and on Ron’s 1st cast and 10th cast, he was once again rewarded with Fish On.
Guess we just got lucky?
We fished this spot for another 1/2 hour with no results, which surprised me. Guess Steelhead fishing is like a box of chocolates sometimes, never know what your gonna get.
Ron hit a total of 14 Steelhead for the day, setting this seasons record (so far).
What’s Ron’s RECORD Steelhead day after being guided by me for over 20 years? 23 Steelhead played with off the drift boat and we didn’t move more than 25 feet all day.
Disclaimer – The above Steelhead #’s are Highlight’s, not the norm, but you never “box of chocolate” know.
Holiday 16 pd. Winter Steelhead from the Salmon River, Pulaski NY.
For me, certain fishing days stand out among other’s on the Salmon River. Sometimes its the big fish, numbers of fish or the camaraderie we share. Today was different, it was not about numbers or size. But mostly about dad sharing his love for the great outdoors with his son.
By Mike Cavanaugh. (Mike works in DEC’s Division of Public Affairs and Education).
Thomas looked a little puzzled as he picked the brightly wrapped package from under the tree It wasn’t heavy, it didn’t rattle or anything. In fact, it felt like an empty box. A cruel trick to play on a 12-year old boy. But the sudden appearance of cameras as he unwrapped it meant that this would be something special. He was even more perplexed, however. When the box contained only a single fishing fly and a note that said January 5th.
Winter Salmon River Fly Fishing for Steelhead with a Drift Boat Guide?
The drive up to the Salmon River was filled with fishing questions. What kind of fish will we be after? What’s a steelhead? How will we get to the Salmon River in all the snow? What’s a drift boat? What if I get cold? Why are we going with a fishing guide, Dad?
The answer to the last fishing question really shed light on all the others. My experience with winter steelhead fishing was limited, to say the least. A Salmon River fly fishing guide would help us be safe and comfortable. And most of all, he’d share his knowledge on the river. After a quick dinner in Pulaski NY, we settled in.
I had met Randy Jones at an outdoor show the previous spring. While helping with the fly casting demonstrations near Randy’s booth.
After a few friendly exchanges about my fly fishing technique, or lack thereof. We started talking about fly fishing for steelhead.
This guy seemed to have a compatible personality. The right approach to steelhead fishing and a good attitude about protection of the resource. And ethical behavior on the Salmon River. All important fishing considerations that I wanted to share with my son. More importantly, he really seemed to enjoy what he did, a quality I’ve found to be contagious. I had wanted to get Thomas out fishing during the winter run of steelhead on the Salmon River. But had never ventured into the cold and ice to try. A chat with Randy made up my mind.
That night, I dreamt of dancing steelhead and the excited smiles of a boy who is growing up too quickly. We hopped out of bed in the pre-dawn darkness. To find 4 inches of fresh snow and a temperature of about 20 degrees. Promptly at 6 AM, Randy, with his drift boat in tow, pulled up. We got Thomas outfitted with some 5 mm Neoprene waders, korkers (safety spikes for the slippery bottom.) And grabbed a bite to eat on our way to the drift boat launch in Altmar. Just downstream from the DEC’s Salmon River NY fish Hatchery.
Before launching the drift boat, Randy and I talked about my steelhead fly fishing objectives for the day.
I told Randy that this was Thomas’s fishing trip and, with that in mind. To devote most of his attention to making sure my son learned a bit of fly fishing technique. And how to be a courteous and ethical angler. While catching a steelhead was important, a good day on the water was the goal.
We steelhead fished for a while in the Salmon River fly fishing only area upstream of the Altmar bridge. My third cast-WHAM! A silver rocket steelhead took the fly and gave me the fight of my fishing life. For all of about 30 seconds. That is, ’til I got too aggressive and it broke the tippet. Oh well! Under our fishing guide’s tutelage, Thomas was doing much better. Getting the hang of fly casting to the right spot. Feeling the drift and cooperating with the handful of other fishing anglers in the pool. When all of sudden-BAM-Fish On! Thomas managed to hang on to it and after a 5 minute battle, landed a nice Salmon River 6 lb. steelhead.
After 45 minutes, Randy decided it was time to jump in the drift boat and move downstream a bit.
Riding in the big fishing drift boat was quite an experience for both of us on the Salmon River.
Randy steered us around some rocks; we bumped over others. The fresh snow, combined with the steam rising off the Salmon River. And the bright gray of January overcast made it a surreal picture. Other anglers shivered in their waders. As we drifted past and warmed our hands in the red glow of the propane heater on the drift boat. While drifting Randy spoke to Thomas about his experiences fishing the Salmon River and his love of fishing.
We drifted for a few minutes and landed at a fishing hole just upstream from the popular trestle pool. We got out of the drift boat and waded into the icy River water. There were a few other anglers and some real promising steelhead fly fishing water.
The promise was kept within a few fishing minutes. As Thomas hooked into a large and very energetic Steelhead.
I put down my fly rod, picked up the camera. And enjoyed watching my son get dragged around 100 yards of River real estate. With Randy running close behind! The big steelhead was netted and Thomas got a close look at a 16-pound silver beauty. High-fives all around, a picture or two from the proud dad. And the steelhead was released back into the Salmon River unharmed to hopefully brighten the day of another fishing angler.
As we drifted and fished for the rest of the day, we learned about the Salmon River. We visited with other fishing anglers, we talked about the steelhead we were seeing, we had a lot of laughs. And, oh, by the way, Thomas caught another steelhead or two. Randy felt bad that the “old man” hadn’t caught any steelhead, but I assured him it didn’t matter.
After all, that wasn’t the objective of the trip. Just look at that smile!
Guide Tips – Staying warm on the Salmon River NY while Winter Steelhead fishing.
Cold Hands while Winter steelhead fishing on the Salmon River NY?
Don’t be like me and spend 30 years trying all the high tec. latest-greatest cold weather gloves.
Old reliable thick wool with thinsulate keeps my hands warmer than all the rest! (by at least a few degrees).
100g Thinsulate™ insulation with tricot lining. 85% ragg wool / 15% nylon outershell.
https://www.refrigiwear.com/product/gloves-wool/convertible-mitt-0304rbrnlar – Tip – Cut, so your thumb can be exposed or tucked away. Glue Velcro to back of thumb extension and glove, so the thumb extension doesn’t get in your way when tying.
Here is how I layer for Salmon River NY Winter Steelhead fishing.
Thick Wool Socks.
Orvis Icebreaker Oasis Long-Sleeved Crew. – Made with 200 gram and 100% merino wool. Very pricey @ $100. – http://www.orvis.com/p/icebreaker-oasis-long-sleeved-crew/15sh
Icebreaker Merino Men’s Tech Heavyweight Base Layer Half Zip Pullover Top. – 100% merino wool. Pricey @ $120. – https://www.amazon.com/Icebreaker-Merino-Heavyweight-Layer-Pullover/dp/B01GWE3MM0
Arctic – Extreme Performance Thick Fleece Full body (1 piece) Under-suit for Scuba Diving.
This 1 piece wicks away moisture from entire body, breaths good and has nice thick fleece inside. It’s what I use daily during the Winter on the Salmon River. Lil pricey @ $300 when I bought it years ago. LOVE IT!
It’s actually made to be worn under a dry suit when diving under the arctic ice. Or a wet suit when diving in cold water temps.
Cabela’s Men’s 5 m.m. Neoprene SuperMag™ Boot Foots with 1600-Gram Thinsulate in Boot – Hunting Chest Waders – Regular.
My feet perspire slightly in 10 below air temps while sitting still in the drift boat and standing in 33 deg. water all day during a windy Lake Effect white out. They sell for around $225 and replaced my Simms extreme waders that sold for $500. They are 100% as warm as the Simms were. Many of the guides on the Salmon River wear these. (These are not suitable if you do looong walks, they are to warm).
Where is the BEST place to Fish on the Salmon River for Steelhead and Brown Trout? Enjoy my Expert YouTube Fishing Tutorial Video’s for your Guaranteed BEST fishing opportunities.
3 Basic fishing ways to locate and target Your Salmon River Steelhead.
1. When the Steelhead are running the Salmon River. Fish there “Temporary Transitional Resting Spots” as they make there way up the Salmon River. Otherwise, you are fishing to Steelhead that are not stopping, decreasing your odds greatly. Tutorial Video on Temporary Transitional Resting Spots.
2. Once the Steelhead stop running the Salmon River to hold during the middle of the day. – (From approx. 9:30am. to 5:30pm.) Fish these “Prime Transitional Holding Spots”.
Tutorial Video on Prime Transitional Holding Spots.
3. Once the Steelhead have stopped running the Salmon River. And have found a spot that satisfies all their survival instincts. Fish these “Prime Holding Spots” – (Pools). Normally, the most fish and they aren’t going anywhere soon. Tutorial Video on Prime Holding Spots – Pools.
4 Advanced fishing ways to locate and target Your Salmon River Steelhead.
Tutorial Video on EXPERT Fish Locating Habitat. – (These are areas I look for on the Salmon River when guiding folks like yourself.)
4. Find a spot that is a combination of all 1 thru 3. (Or, a spot that has all 3 in close proximity. So you can jump around according to what the Steelhead are telling you to do.)
5. Combine 1 thru 4 and find a spot above a looong stretch of rapids. The fish get tired after running these Salmon River rapids and will hold here for an extended period of time.
6. Include 1 thru 5 and make sure that your spot has 98% of the Steelhead in a transitional stage. Move into it. (Funnel or Pinch point in the river.)
7. My #1 Spot! Combine 1 thru 6 and pick a spot that compresses and or concentrates them. On a dime, like a sardine can, trash can lid or the size of a Volkswagen beetle or bus. This cuts down on all the guess work. And it allows to to present your offering to all the Steelhead on every drift.
8. The VERY BEST place to Steelhead fish? Is anywhere I’m not! yukyuk
By utilizing the above. You will have the most Steelhead in front of you for the greatest period of time. In a concentrated area offering you the greatest opportunity to present your offering to ALL of them. Fish ON and ON and ON! Now you know what “This Salmon River Guide” look’s for normally.
BONUS Salmon River Pulaski NY Steelhead and Salmon Pictures and Videos.
Salmon River Trophy Winter Steelhead Fishing Testimonial:
HELLO RANDY I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for an incredible day of steelhead fishing. I have fished with you twice and I have hooked a good number steelhead. I know people who have been fishing the Salmon River for five years and haven’t hooked that many Steelhead. As I was driving home I was laughing, the Salmon River was at 1200cfs. The weather was bad, and the Steelhead fishing had been slow for five days. Still I had the best fishing day of my life!
As a registered Maine guide and a person who has fished all over the world. I have never met anyone who works as hard to get fish as you do. Anyone who is thinking about fishing the “Salmon River.” Should book a Drift Boat Guide trip with you. If the dates aren’t available they should change there plans to get an open date. Its the closest you can get to a sure thing in Steelhead fishing. Thanks again! I’ll see you next Winter and hope the Salmon River is high and the weather is bad. Capt. William Griffin.
Capt. Bill lands a Trophy 20 lb. Steelhead of a Fishing Life-Time! HOLY COW’A BUNG’A!!
Thumbs up from this Fishing Guide with a Very Happy Salmon River Steelhead Guest.
The Steelhead fishing of your dreams…… ………… we’ll mak’m reeeeeeeeeeeeeel
The Salmon River, where Memories are Made!
Join me for a guided drift boat fishing trip on the World Renowned Salmon River in Pulaski NY for hard fighting Salmon or Steelhead during our Fall, Winter and Spring.
Enjoy learning Advanced fishing techniques and Exact fish habitats. I always enjoy sharing my wealth of knowledge with all my guest’s. Especially if you are planning a return trip on your own.
Randy Jones is a Pro. fishing guide w/35 yrs. Total EXP. Salmon River Guide Rates for 1 person $300. Rates for 2 people $400.
Included in Guide Rates – All Salmon River Steelhead Spin and Fly fishing equipment, gear and tackle.
Fall – Winter Open Dates to Take you Steelhead Fishing. Oct. – 26, 28-29. Less crowded. Nov. – 2, 4-5, 9, 11-12, 19, 22-23, 29. Dec. -1, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15. I like all of Nov. thru Dec.
BOOK Your Steelhead Fishing Trip – With Additional Steelhead Booking Info.
Email: [email protected]
Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114.
Trips are 8 hours from the time we meet – 2 person Max. on boat. – Please bring your own Lunch and Polarized Glass’s. – Final payment preferred in cash. – Fishing License and Chest Waders required. – Please make your local lodging reservation A.S.A.P. – Spikes, Korkers, cleats or chains are ok in the Boat. Small coolers are ok, but not large.
Reservation and Deposits – Your Reservation is confirmed upon receipt of a $150 Check deposit (per day).
It MUST be received within 7 business days from time of Booking to Hold your date.
Check payable and Mailed too: – Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114. (Sorry, no credit cards excepted).
I’ll confirm receipt of Deposit with you by email.
Then 1 to 2 Months before your fishing trip, I’ll email you with meeting time and place. Usually Whitakers Sports Shop and Motel (Rt. 13 in Pulaski) in the dark.
Author Biography – Established in 1980.
Randy Jones has over 35 yrs. Total of Pro. Fishing Guide Experience. He is also the Owner, Author and Publisher of Salmon River Fishing Reports of YankeeAngler.com. A Salmon River Pulaski NY based Guide Service and Marketing Agency. Specializing in Expert Salmon and Steelhead fishing. Professional sales and marketing of his vastly successful Salmon River fishing guide business and local fishery. S.E.O. and Social Media. Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114.
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